/Review: Timothy Morton, All Art is Ecological, (London: Penguin Books, 2021), 105 pages./

The book All Art is Ecological provides a provocative and entertaining, but no less concise and instructive study into the nature of the relationship between art and ecological awareness – from the perspective of one of the leading object-oriented ontologists of our time. In that sense, this book can also be read as a short introduction to Morton’s philosophy, which judging by his other books, provides solid theoretical foundations for a critical reflection on the contemporary human condition.

How to cite:

Defrančeski, Jan. “All Art is Ecological.” Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture 7, no. 3 (2023):  136-138.


Jan Defrančeski
University Centre for Integrative Bioethics, University of Zagreb
Ivana Lučića 1a, HR–10000 Zagreb, Croatia

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